A Weibo user recently uploaded several spy shots showing the interior cabin of the next-gen BMW X5 which is likely to be unveiled in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The SUV's exterior is no longer a surprise after we had a look at a scale model back in January, while now we visualize the X5's interior cabin which will feature a retractable LCD screen. We notice several wood inserts on the center console and dashboard, along with a chocolate brown leather upholstery.
BMW has decided to increase the iDrive's dial which will probably provide support for gesture-based inputs. Lastly, the front seats now seem to offer additional side and thigh support. Overall, the design appears to be simpler and perhaps more organized compared to the outgoing generation.